Downloading and integrating Labo results into GECAMed requires that the labo module is activated. The visualization of labo entries in the patient's history requires a special viewer panel.
If you double click on a labo entry in the history of a patient and the consultation view opens instead, the labo view might be disabled.
Check if the labo module and the viewer panel are activated:
To activate the labo module and the labo viewer panel, go to “Admin” → “Global Settings”. Make sure, the labo module is enabled, by choosing “Modules”, select the entry “LaboModule” and clicking the “Enable module” button on the right. Then make sure the labo view is enabled. To do so choose “Patient views”, select the entry “LaboPanel” and click the “Enable view” button on the right.
Now restart GECAMed. You should see the labo module icon in the module bar and the labo viewer button () in the patient module under “Navigation”. Now you will be able to open the labo entries in a patient's history.
If you still cannot import labo files from the labo server or a local device make sure you have GECAMed Version 1.1.03 or later installed. You can download the latest installer and updater here: GECAMed Download
If you already have the necessary version installed, check the following points:
This is necessary because GECAMed needs to downloading the lab's public key (=certificate) in order to be able to check the signature of the lab results. This is done every time you try to download files from the HealthNet labo server. To do so open the labo module, click on the download button in the header and click “Start downloading” in the opening dialog.
To check that, proceed as followed:
This version is modified in respect with the standard distribution, because the default encrypting libraries do not allow the key size required for secure labo encryption. If the standard, unmodified Java version, is used, GECAMed will not be able to decrypt the labo files.
To make sure you're using the correct Java version proceed as followed (These steps should be done by your GECAMed support company or your system administrator):